Oil and gas execs deliver statement on climate action
Thousands of recently highly paid workers have been laid off after the oil price plummeted 50 percent in At least four American oil-producing states are already facing budget problems due to decreasing oil revenues.
Full-page Everglades ad aims to shame Florida sugar owners
Everglades advocates upped their fight against U.S. Sugar Tuesday with a full-page ad in the New York Times and another planned for Wednesday’s Miami Herald, calling out the nonprofit that derives much of its wealth — and its name — from the sugar grower.
The Problem with Palm Oil and What You Can Do About It
Now that most of the forests on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo have been logged for timber and oil palm cultivation, Indonesia has turned its focus to West Papua, which it considers to be the next frontier. The photo is from Riau, Sumatra.